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WEEK1 (4 JUNE-10 JUNE) IIDIT THE HINDU Stay Ahead of The Times
Hague Abduction Convention Why in News? The government has clarified that it is not yet ready to sign the Hague treaty on inter-country abduction of children by parents fleeing a bad marriage. On the other hand, the government is planning to follow the Japan example and put safeguards in place before acceding to the Hague treaty. A Committee headed by Justice Rajesh Bindal, in April, had submitted its report on legal issues related to Inter-country removal & retention of children to the Ministry of Women and Child Development. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (1980): The Hague Convention is a multilateral treaty whereby the contracting states will have to It seeks to return children abducted or retained overseas by a parent to their country of The convention shall apply to any child, up to the age of 16 years who is a habitual resident cooperate with each other in expeditiously sending back the runaway parent and the child to the country of the child's 'habitual residence' habitual residence for the courts of that country to decide on matters of residence and contact of any of the contacting states.
Dam Rehabilitation & Improvement Project Why in News? . The Expenditure Finance Committee (EFC) has approved revised cost estimate of Dam Rehabilitation & Improvement Project (DRIP) for Rs. 3466 crore and has extended time period for conclusion till June, 2020. About DRIP: The Ministry of Water Resources (MoWR), Government of India, with assistance from the World Bank, is implementing the DAM REHABILITATION AND IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (DRIP), which would be a six-year project. The Central Dam Safety Organisation of Central Water Commission, assisted by a Consulting firm, is coordinating and supervising the Project implementation.
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